Stina Billinger and Georg Riekeles join CICERO’s board of directors from 1. January 2024.
Global fossil co₂ emissions are expected to grow 1.1% in 2023 despite record progress in clean energy. A renewed focus on limiting the use of coal, oil, and gas is needed.
Oil and gas policy | International climate policy | Carbon budget | Global climate targets
How are global emissions projected to develop in the years to come? To reach pathways consistent with the goals in the Paris Agreement, global CO₂ emissions should be falling by around five percent this year.
Climate impacts internationally | Emission scenarios | Oil and gas policy | Renewable energy | Carbon emissions globally
Wetlands are natural water ecosystems that can help to mitigate the physical impacts of multi-hazards and extreme events. Despite its high potential, wetlands have been overlooked and are rarely considered in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction policies and programmes, argues CICERO researchers together with Wetlands International Europe.
Adaptation | Land use | Climate impacts internationally | Climate impacts in Norway | Climate risk | Extreme weather
There is an increasing risk of large wildfires in high latitude regions, Scandinavia included, concludes a newly published study by researchers from CICERO Center for International Climate Research and the University of Oslo.
Extreme weather | Arctic | Forests
Steffen Kallbekken, Victor David G.
Nature , 2022
Marianne Aasen, Håkon Sælen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment , 2022
Fay Madeleine Farstad, Erlend Andre T. Hermansen, Bård Sødal Grasbekk et al.
Global Environmental Change , 2022